Brooklyn Restaurants

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Reviews: December, 2011

Dining

Go fish! Eat seven fishes — or more — this Christmas Eve

A great Yuletide tradition — across the borough. Comment.
Williamsburg

All’s well at Allswell

You’ll have an offal good time at Allswell — chef Nate Smith’s new soup-to-guts gastropub in Williamsburg. Comments (1).
Dining

The full guide to the best milkshakes in the borough

Shake Shack is coming — but there are other great drinkable desserts in this city, you know. Comment.
Fort Greene

Fried and glory! Latke cookoff features Brooklyn’s best chefs on Monday

Talk about grate expectations. Comment.
Dining

Openings, closings and gossip

Yes, it’s this week’s roundup from our Foodie in Chief. Comments (1).
Bay Ridge

Hipster invasion in Bay Ridge?

Must be — a new wine bar (yes, a wine bar!) has opened on the neighborhood’s restaurant row. Comments (20).
Cobble Hill

Mac attack: Sadie’s Kitchen opens in Cobble Hill!

Can Sadie’s Kitchen — a Southern prepared foods shop-slash-gourmet mac and cheese parlor with a 1930s diner-meets-country kitchen interior (oh, another one of those!) — beat the curse of 243 Degraw St.? Comments (1).
Prospect Heights

Sugar shack: Six storefronts transform into an erotic candyland

This art exhibit is food porn — literally. Comments (1).

Reviews: November, 2011

Dining

New Brooklyn hot dog? It’s from … New England!

The borough of Nathan’s has a new frank. Comment.
Park Slope

End of an era! Aunt Suzie’s, red sauce mainstay, to close

The beloved Park Slope restaurant — famous for its cheap Italian eats and homey vibe — will close after 25 years on Fifth Avenue. Comment.
Dining

Wiener’s of the world unite! It’s our sausage smorgasbord!

Our guide to the borough’s best brats. Comment.
Dining

Great new pa$ta place on Montague Street!

Plus all the other food gossip this week. Comment.
Gowanus

Love shack! New Gowanus clam stand is a hit

Littleneck, with Harding behind the stove, claws its way to the top. Comment.
Dining

Great Midwestern grub — plus a full fortnight of food news

How’s this for gut-busting gossip? You can belly up to the bar in Williamsburg, have your fill of fried chicken in Carroll Gardens, or get good and cheesy in Park Slope — just don’t look to pad your tummy with Prospect Heights’ dumplings or Red Hook banh mi. Comment.

Reviews: October, 2011

Gowanus

Harding returns! Legendary chef to helm Littleneck clam shack

Alan Harding has been named the chef at the soon-to-open Gowanus seafood stand. Comment.
Bay Ridge

It’s a donut, no it’s a burger! Who cares? It’s delicious

The geniuses at Burger Bistro in Bay Ridge have done the impossible: created a donut burger. Comment.
Sheepshead Bay

Finally, get a ‘Taste’ of Sheepshead Bay

One of Brooklyn’s great eating neighborhood throws a food fest next Thursday. Comment.
Dining

Roberta’s is expanding — plus a full fortnight of food news

Got gossip? We’re talking pizza and pastrami, chocolate and croquetas, and a Fort Greene menu with Brooklyn attitude to spare. Comment.

Reviews: September, 2011

Red Hook

The champs! Red Hook vendors win the ‘Vendy Cup’

Solber Pupusas, the pride of the Red Hook ball fields, has again shown the world that it makes the best damn street food in the city. But you knew that. Comment.
Williamsburg

One last delicious look back at Taste Williamsburg

Appetites were conquered, thirsts were slacked, and dreams were realized at the annual food fest. Comment.
Dining

Na zdaroviye! Brooklyn finally has its own vodka

Our top-shelf story about Brooklyn Republic Vodka. Yes, we tasted it, too. Comment.

Reviews: August, 2011

Dining

This week’s tasty food gossip — from the ‘Burg to the Hook

It’s the ultimate antidote to endless hurricane coverage — a windfall of local restaurant gossip! Change is definitely brewing in Bay Ridge … talk about a perfect food storm. Comment.
Prospect Heights

Noodle news! Morimoto brain trust to open ramen shop in Prospect Heights

Talk about top ramen. Comment.
Dining

Noodle town! Brooklyn is the hot place for steaming bowls of ramen

Wood burning, thin-crust pizzas. Cupcakes. The locavore movement. Fifteen-dollar cocktails with exotic citrus and herb infusions. Gourmet Cup O’ Noodles? Comment.
Dining

Your guide to the best noodles in town

Manhattan may be home to such esteemed ramen-temples as Ippudo and Momofuko, but these slurp-worthy spots make Brooklyn a true noodle destination. Comment.
Park Slope

The boy from aahhs! Kiwi chef Mark Simmons opens his own place

The former “Top Chef” competitor now has his own New Zealand-themed joint. Comment.
Dining

This week’s tasty — but less filling! — food gossip

Williamsburg wins the “Hot Restaurant Opening” of the week, Park Slope is the queen of caffeine, and Clinton Hill makes a play for Brooklyn’s newest dining destination. Comment.
Williamsburg

Cook and drink like the pros!

Two chefs give up two of the secrets of Le Comptoir in Williamsburg. Comment.
Dining

This week’s tasty — but less filling! — food gossip

Brooklyn Heights says sayonara to sidewalk seating, a top Clinton Hill tacqueria goes up in flames, and Sheepshead Bay bellies up to the bar. The temperature’s hot this week, and so’s the gossip! Comment.

Reviews: July, 2011

Flatbush

Jerk yourself silly with the best chicken in Flatbush

Our poultry-loving scribe hits the street to bring you jerk chicken that’s worth a trip to the neighborhood. Comment.
Dining

Clam on the half sell! Trio seeks funds for oyster bar

It’s the DIY clam shack. Comment.
Bay Ridge

Old ‘Gold’: New Ridge deli goes back to Brooklyn’s roots

Bay Ridge has struck gold — in the form of homemade egg salad, potato-horseradish knishes, and giant pastrami sandwiches. Comments (2).
Dining

Here’s the scoop! These places go beyond your boring old cone

Breakfast cereal flavors or bacon-peanut brittle toppings, anyone? Comment.
Williamsburg

Livin’ on a prayer — and some killer anchovies

Bon Chovie is a hit at Smorgasburg. Comment.
Dining

This week’s tasty — but less filling! — food gossip

Clinton Hill’s got soul, Williamsburg wins Smith, and a top pit master goes up in smoke in this post-holiday serving of saucy gossip. Comment.

Reviews: June, 2011

Dining

Joe’s got crabs!

Our chef gives you the perfect recipe for the soft-shell crustaceans. Comment.
Dining

Restaurants that really spring into spring

Spring is in the air — and on our plates — thanks to the seasonally inspired fare at some of Brooklyn’s best market-driven restaurants. From Berkshire pork to fiddlehead ferns to that ultimate chef’s obsession, the ramp, here are our picks for spring’s dining musts. Comment.

Reviews: May, 2011

Dining

Salty and sweet — here’s one heck of a ribs recipe

Ribs are all the rage this month as the Brooklyn Kitchen hosts a class on how to slow-cook a rack on May 21. But you don’t have to wait until then to get cracking. “The New Brooklyn Cookbook” (remember that?) features a recipe courtesy of the General Greene in Fort Greene — a salt-pepper-sugar rub that’s dressed up with a spiced yogurt sauce. We can hear those lips smacking already. Comment.
Dining

Dining with the ‘Mayor’ of Little Pakistan

When you’re hankering for some Pakistani cuisine, there’s no better place to head than Brooklyn’s own “Little Pakistan.” And on a recent trek to Coney Island Avenue for the spicy fare, I couldn’t have had a better culinary tour guide: the mayor of Little Pakistan himself, Asghar Choudhri, president of the Pakistani American Federation of New York. Comment.
Dining

It’s seafood time! You want crab, lobster and shellfish? Journey to Southern Brooklyn

Southern Brooklyn may have lost some of its charm and gritty waterfront cred as the borough’s working fishing village, but for seafood, the area from Sheepshead Bay to Mill Basin still cannot be beat. Comment.
Dining

It’s seafood time!

Southern Brooklyn is sizzling. Comment.
Dining

Restaurants that really spring into spring

Spring is in the air — and on our plates — thanks to the seasonally inspired fare at some of Brooklyn’s best market-driven restaurants. From Berkshire pork to fiddlehead ferns to that ultimate chef’s obsession, the ramp, here are our picks for spring’s dining musts. Comment.
Dining

Spring forward! Mark your calendars for a full season of fun

The snow has melted and the crocuses are sprouting — spring is pretty much here. But that’s not the only thing that’s arrived. The next few months are chock full of must-see music, art, theater and, of course, outdoor events. And, to help you make the most of it, here’s our ultimate guide to the season. Don’t leave home without it. Comment.
Dining

Peru is as close as Sunset Park

You want fries with that? Comment.
Dining

Sheepshead Bay Turkish joint is a restaurant with balls

You’ve really got to have guts to try the balls at this restaurant! Comment.
Dining

It’s time to ‘Dine in Brooklyn’ starting next Monday

For Brooklyn foodies, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Comment.
Dining

Don’t give up! It may be Lent, but here are foods that we won’t do without

Mardi Gras is over, so the faithful are about to give up something for the 40 days of Lent. Comment.

Reviews: April, 2011

Dining

Purple Yam is one great place for Mardi Gras

Get the taste of the Caribbean this Carnival. Comment.
Dining

You’ll say yes to Nyonya, a palace of Malaysian cuisine

The complex flavors and textures of Malaysian cuisine are relatively unknown, even in Brooklyn’s expansive culinary universe. Comment.
Dining

Mamma Lucia!

Sitting in Mamma Lucia — nestled into a corner storefront on a quiet strip of Foster Avenue in Flatbush — is like being a guest in owner Giorgio Migliaccio’s home. Italian music plays softly in the background while unique bric-a-brac, including taxidermy and aged photographs of celebrities, adorn every available spot on the white stucco walls. A peak at those walls reveals a “who’s who” of the bistro’s famous patrons: Look, there’s Giorgio with Jimmy Smits! Is that Mickey Rourke I spy? And there’s Luciano Pavarotti! Comment.

Reviews: March, 2011

Dining

Loreley hosts a real sausage festival this week

ItSausage festival at Loreley Williamsburg [64 Frost St. at Meeker Avenue in Williamsburg, (718) 599-0025], Jan. 26-30. Plates $16-$38. With Bill Carney Comment.
Dining

Ox Cart Tavern a welcome addition to Ditmas Park

Fans of Ditmas Park’s Pomme de Terre may have rejoiced when a veteran of that kitchen took over the Newkirk Avenue spot earlier this fall. But don’t expect the same experience at the new Ox Cart Tavern. Comment.
Dining

Inside Brooklyn’s underground foodie scene

The secret’s out. Comment.
Dining

Pizza by the rules

Talk about tradition. Comment.
Dining

A feast fit for three kings — where to eat out this Christmas Eve

Sure, Christmas Eve is one of the big “family nights” on the Gregorian calendar, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take the family out to a great meal at one of the few borough restaurants that are open. Here’s our guide to the best Christmas Eve dining options (minus Chinese restaurants, which never seem to close). Comment.
Dining

A feast fit for three kings — where to eat out this Christmas Eve

Sure, Christmas Eve is one of the big “family nights” on the Gregorian calendar, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take the family out to a great meal at one of the few borough restaurants that are open. Here’s our guide to the best Christmas Eve dining options (minus Chinese restaurants, which never seem to close). Comment.

Reviews: January, 2011

Dining

Don’t want to cook this Thanksgiving? Use our guide

Want to know what we’re thankful for this Thanksgiving? These following restaurants, which will be keeping their ovens and stoves running this Nov. 25 so you don’t have to. Here’s a sampler of Thanksgiving menus across the borough, depending on what you’re looking for. Comment.
Dining

A salty, gooey take on an American classic

Forego the usual pumpkin pie this Thanksgiving and take a stab at this salted caramel apple pie, courtesy of the ladies behind Four and Twenty Blackbirds. The newish Gowanus bakery has quickly gained fans for its classics pies, with a twist. Comment.

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